PVC for the Cardiology Specialty: UE, Carotids, Subclavians, Verts- procedural coding

MessageThis Webinar is over
Date Jul 6, 2017
Time 01 : 00 pm EST
Cost 198.00
Online
Product Format: Live Audio Conference
Speaker: Terry Fletcher 
Conference Date:  Jul 06, 2017
Time: 01 : 00 pm EST
Duration: 60 minutes

Live Session   +   $198
Recorded Session   +   $198
DVD   +   $208
Live & Recorded Session   +   $318
Live Session & DVD   +   $328
Recorded Session & DVD   +   $328
Corporate Live 1-3-Attendees   +   $499
Corporate Live 1-6-Attendees   +   $699


Description :

CMS alongside AMA CPT has created a great number of important changes to the coding for PV services as its linked to coding in Cardiology field for non-coronary methodology. Since these improvements have been effected, health care firms ought to screen and audit their current records to ascertain that they acquire services and magnifying their repayments. This webinar will explain coding alongside charging and payments for services rendered and provide "real" working scenario for participants to utilize.

Why should you attend ?
  • Vertebral coding is precarious, this depends on the intent, we will show you the right approach to code.
  • Modifiers as it identifies with Peripheral Vascular procedural coding.
  • PV services code in the workplace and office setting refund dialog.
  • The comprehension of the Carotid angiography merged codes 36221-36228.
  • Carotid and Subclavian mediations and what is and what is not packaged into these methodologies.
  • Capturing the 2017 Modest Sedation Codes for Peripheral Vascular services.
  • Cardiac cath coding and a "curve" angiogram at a similar encounter.
Who will benefits ?
  • Hospital Outpatient coders
  • Coders 
  • Billers
  • Back office
  • Mid-levels
  • Collectors
  • Doctors
  • Cath lab workers
  • Administrators
Register Now

Call us: +1-800-935-3714 or
Mail us: cs@onlineaudiotraining.com

Not able to attend the audio session? We will provide you with a replay of the session, or you can request a DVD recording.

 


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